Iphone

Posted by John Sommers on 9th May 2019 in General

One of the most common failures that can suffer an iPhone is the breakage of one of their screens. Nobody doubts that technology in screens has evolved greatly over the past ten years, winning in graphic clarity, energy consumption and portability. However, LCD and touch technologies still have one big disadvantage with respect to its predecessors: little resistance to knocks and falls. The iPhone seems to be especially vulnerable to this type of accident, because it is often used in situations of much movement or wearing it in bags where there may be objects that generate impact or pressure on the screen. Before proceeding, it is necessary to emphasize that the iPhone has not one but two screens.

The front panel is touch and serves as the interface between the user and the device. Display or LCD screen, which is nothing other than the display panel is located below the touchpad. In early versions of iPhone, both screens were United among themselves, but starting with version 3 G are separated. This leads to repair, in case of breakage, accumulation of dirt or cracks, be different in each case. In the case of touch screens, the most common problem is usually aesthetic: many scratches or tactile marks from frequent use.

It is also possible that some areas of the screen has stopped responding or lost part of the sensitivity (something that leads many to exert pressure growing on it, and can even worsen things). In such cases, the repair usually consists of total replacement of the panel. The problems of LCD screens tend to be a little more critical. The most common include the presence of the famous burnt pixels: red, bright and extremely annoying points. In many cases it is possible to remove them with specific applications which stimulate the problematic areas with successions of bright colors (or, with video games able to generate the same effect). On other occasions, the solution is to rub the burned out pixel to give heat and thus cause their reaction; Alternatively (if not possible, delete it) use this technique to move it to a portion of the screen where less bother. When the problem has no solution, the only possible option is to replace the screen. Another problem that can lead to their replacement is the presence of yellow areas on the corners of the display. In other cases, you only need a repair of the defective circuits. When the arrangement required open the device and remove some of its parts, it is essential that it be carried out by expert and professional hands. As that comprise repair equipment, with prices iPhone service and greater efficiency in the market. Learn more about this with Evergreen Capital Partners. Avoid risks of repair screen on their own and allow our technicians to repair your iphone.

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